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to end obesity now. a public service from the obesity action coalition. dan deming of stutland equities joins us now for chart talk. good morning dan. > > good morning angie. > we are taking a look this morning at the volatility index - the vix. it is a measure of anxiety in the market over the next 30 days. but the vix has been very low, basically saying there is not a lot of fear in this market. what does that tell you as a trader? you trade the vix all day long. > > i do angie. right now we are seeing in the vix complex, you are seeing the vix level very low. it is at historic levels, basically going back pre-2006, to those types of levels. so, we are seeing a very low cash symbol. but the thing we are keeping a very close eye on in the vix markets is the futures-the spread between the futures and cash. and you're seeing february future trading at about a two-month premium to cash. so you are seeing some vol buying going on down here. we have also seen some repositioning in the vix as far as options orders coming in. we are seeing some vol buyers of like the 20-strike and selling a q
. they join us now. dan, let me go to you first because we have been hitting on this theme that maybe we are setting up for a little bit of a drawdown of these gains, these spectacular gains we have had since the first of the year, do you think a drawdown is coming and might you hold your cash until then? >> yeah, i mean, certainly a drawdown is coming. you know, the question is to what extent? you know, momentum in the markets as we push to new highs on the s&p 500, again, hitting that 1475, moment you mean started to wane a little bit. i think the bulls are getting tired. so you know this could set up for a bout of profit taking. underneath the surface, we're also seeing rotation, so a lot of the names and a lot of the sectors that worked in 2012, they may be susceptible or vulnerable to a bit more profit taking so you want to be careful there. liz: could i ask you dan, which sectors? i mean financials obviously did very well in 2012, would they be ones that are just a little bit susceptible to this? >> well, you know, look, it would be across the board in my opinion. but the most vuln
to a fair share of security. protection for their kids and gun free zones for ours. >> it's a tough ad. dan lothian is at the white house. but i understand the president is fighting back with his own pr strategy because when he makes his big announcement he'll be surrounded by children who wrote letters to him begging for gun control. >> reporter: that's right. you know, we see the white house do this in the past, usually it's around a fiscal fight where the president's putting pressure on congress he'll be surrounded by families from across the country. well, in fact, the president, as you pointed out, will be surrounded by these young kids who wrote letters to the president in the wake of the connecticut shootings. in addition to that, though, a white house official confirming that the president will also be joined with some newtown families, families impacted by the newtown shootings at this event here today. so, clearly this is an effort by the white house to put pressure on lawmakers. as we've been pointing out, there are two tracks here that will take place, things that congress can d
and ceo of cheg, dan rosenweig is here. >> we've got breaking news from the federal government. senior economics reporter steve liesman has the story. >> the fed is supposed to release this morning the transcript from 2007. those are the ones where they tell you who said what during meetings. an unusual amount of attention to these, because this is the first response of the federal reserve to the crisis which you remember began in the summer of 2007. what are we going to be looking for? what folks were saying in three emergency meetings. three rate cuts totaling 1%. and of course, there was a big debate, inflation versus response to the financial crisis on august #th. putting out a statement saying the main concern was inflation, three days later the federal reserve said it would provide reserves as necessary to combat the financial crisis. here's why this is going to be historically important. the first declines there in 2007, then what we'll do is overlay inflation on this. you can see what the fed was dealing with at the time. you had rising inflation at the time. at the same time y
with dan gross. his latest piece is titled "obama brinksmanship puts gop in tough spot on debt ceiling." so dan, you write that while you fall off a cliff, you only bump your head in to a ceiling but economically the ceiling has the capacity to deliver far more damage. you are talking like my friend steve kornacki here. what is failing to raise the debt ceiling? why is that going to be catastrophic? >> well, you know, first of all the stock and bond markets will really go haywire in a way they didn't when we were about to go over the fiscal cliff because government bonds are held by everybody. chinese central bank, japanese central bank, every single bank financial institution out there. so if there's any question over the value of those and they start to decline, these institutions have a great amount of leverage and interconnected with everything else and sort of see what happened in 2008. it's also this issue of, you know, who gets paid? if you start to have to say maybe soldiers get paid but not paying for the fuel or these doctors will get paid, you know, government is a huge force in
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the activist investor, dan loeb, was that his idea? >> first that's not exactly accurate what you just said. 82% of you are employees will get 100% of their compensation. the remaining 18% had the cash deferred over three years but over that three years 25% of it is paid in four months. >> it is still pretty radical. >> understood, but charlie 50% of it is paid out this year. >> okay. >> so it's not deferred over three years. 50% this year. 25 next year. 25 the year after. >> it's staggered over three years. >> absolutely. it's a deferred process. >> the timing was impeccable. we find out loeb has now taken a stake in morgan stanley the activist investor from third point capital. now all of a sudden this gets announced. >> completely irrelevant. >> nothing to do with each other? >> absolutely nothing to do with it. the only conversation i had with dan loeb was to welcome him. i'm delighted to have him. i like to see somebody who also thinks the stock should go to 40 bucks, why not, this is a great thing. he's a smart guy and he's figured morgan stanley is on a turnaround. >> that's a good point
robert langdon in the movie of "the da vinci code." and today, the author of "the da vinci code," dan brown, announced a new novel with a puzzle on his website. each clue revealing itself with a tweet from a fan. the title "inferno," as in dante's "inferno" with its nine circles of hell. the book will come out in may. >>> and how about the new york skyline, in transition tonight. and take a look at this. sending a signal to the world, from the site of the world trade center. today, that is the spire that will sit atop the new skyscraper there. two cranes carefully installing the 70-ton base today. and when all 408 feet of the spire are in place, one world trade center will stand 1,776 feet tall, for independence day 1776, making it the tallest skyscraper in the western hemisphere. >>> and if you see something out there that starts you talking, tweet it to me, @dianesawyer, for our "instant index." >>> and coming up here, your health. ♪ a horse is a horse ♪ of course of course >> did you know mr. ed might replace your doctor? and what if babe is protection from the flu? why they're
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's plan saying their second amendment rights are under attack. dan lothian is following all these developments in washington. what's the latest? >> the white house sees these recommendations as a way to hopefully curb gun violence and some of these things the president has backed before such as a ban on assault weapons. the president shortly after the connecticut shootings came out in support of that. so that's expected to be in the president's plan. also pressing for a ban on those high capacity magazines with more than ten rounds. that's the important note here. the aim here is to cut down on the ability of a gunman to go in and release up to 30 rounds in a short period of time. in addition, the president will be pushing for universal background checks so that everyone who buys aunder questi goes a criminal or mental health check. in addition the president wants to request funds be available for mental health illnesst to make sure there's money there for those things to be treated and to provide schools with the support they need for enhanced safety. the president is also
the truth, i tried to ruin their lives or run them out of town and on dan's point i think it will be interesting if she picks up on that. >> rose: i mean for me, my own question here, it is more that aspect of it, someone doubling down, however you want to characterize it, the retribution, the beyond the failure to come clean on doping and beyond the idea of expanding naked today and asking -- and to be where he was and all of the shespearean drama of that, you know, it is the -- what extreme someone will go to avoid discovery, and how malicious that can be. juliet, what do you think? >> well i have gotten many e-mails and phone calls over the last couple of days and people keep asking me if there will be tears if lance will cry and what i think about that and i have no idea, like i said before, he is very much a chameleon, not only has he been prepared for this intervw with oprah by maybe a dozen advisors, but he can set his personality to what the situation calls for, so will we be able to say he cried or on his knees or he seemed really honest? you know, i don't know w
the president will say to set the policy agenerda and the ton in his inaugural speech. dan lothian, what do we know about the speech and what the president wants to tell the american people? >> reporter: we're told by those familiar with the president's remarks that this will not be a policy speech but rather he will make it sort of a hopeful plea, talk about the reality that here in washington you can't settle every debate, but that you can look for areas of common ground. and this is a big difference from 2009 when the president came into office talking about changing the way that washington works and ran into the reality up on capitol hill. so he'll touch on that, touch on some of the challenges that the country faces as he moves forward on some key issues such as gun control, immigration reform, tries to deal with the debt ceiling. and finally, we're told that the president will push to get the public engaged, engaged in their community, engaged in the issues to put pressure on congress to move the president's initiatives forward, john. this is seen as sort of the stage one or the act one,
at the open, similar declines in the nasdaq, and s&p 500. joining us now, dan greenhouse. >> good morning to you. >> now let's talk about the nasdaq in particular, way down by apple. let's start with apple, then. what do you see happening with shares from here? >> well, just for starters, we rate the stock a neutral right now and have for several months. i think our advice to investors at this point is probably to stay away. there's a lot of uncertainty. there's a lot of unknowns. the company hasn't saying any about "the wall street journal" article or concerns more generally. so i think it's probably a wise decision to hang out and wait until the company reports and see what kind of guidance they provide. >> and apple, you're looking at a 501 quote there. it is potentially set to open below $500. but, dan, how much of a problem is this going to be for the nasdaq and the indexes more broadly? >> certainly it's more of a problem for the nax das, that's for sure, where it's a considerable portion of the index. it's less, though, for the larger indices like the s&p 500 and certainly the dow.
department inspection division and dan frost of the electrical division who received letters of appreciation from dbi customers. thank you for their good work there. we also convey our heart-felt sympathies and the family of former staffer, ray louy on the passing of his father paul, and a much reported engineer who added significantly to san francisco throughout his lifetime. so our condolences to his family. thanks to all, to those who were able to attend the dbi holiday party in december. we had a terrific turn out of staff and family and we loved having all of the children there at the party. my child had a melt down about not getting a tie. we had to take him out early. >> a special thanks to the team of volunteers that included a staff from all of the divisions for making this event such a success as well as to tom huoy and. dbi managers who donated personally to put this party on and so we greatly appreciate that and it is a good morale and it was a special effort on your behalf to do this. thank you tom and your senior management. and thanks to everybody who attended that. >> madam s
on the future. unveiling the first electric cadillac. gm chairman dan akerson speaking out about the government debt and spending battle in washington. his interview with jeff flock is coming up. growing up everyone i knew had a cadillac. lori: not your grandpa's cadillac. >> really not. it is top of the hour. time for stocks. as we do every 15 minutes, nicole petallides on the floor of the new york stock exchange. hey, nicole. >> hey, tracy and lori. we were talking about the debt ceiling that is something that moved front and center very quickly and will remain right in front of every day's trading in the minds of investors and the traders here on wall street. today the dow is down about 12 points after being higher four days in a row. the s&p has been lower. we had the back and forth action, much of the same today. when i talk to traders about the action we've seen, sometimes they're saying that the moves to the downside haven't been decisive. which then tells them that maybe the market needs to test recent highs before it can really sell off. trying to move lower and it can't. be wary of hi
warning from the chp. >> good evening, i'm dan ashley. >> i'm careo lynn johnson. tonight we're asking police and city leaders in oakland about a violent weekend oo. 15 shootings since just friday this, map shows you where they occurred at nine locations. four people were killed on friday alone. abc 7 news is live now with how officials there plan to crack down on this out of control level of crime. nick? >> absolutely. and dan, good afternoon. today, oakland city leaders where one of the youngest victims of gun violence lost his life. today, a council member is calling for a state of emergency but the chief says we're already in one. >> there is not two, three people. there is multiple people. >> according to oakland police chief, two groups are responsible for 90% of the violence plaguing stit over six months. >> we're talking about murders. robberies and shootings. >> he says there are tl is evidence tying groups to one shooting over the weekend. since friday, there have been 15 victims of gunfire in oakland. sky 7 hd over east 17th veet and 23rd avenue. police responded and located
weapons ban through. >> let's head to washington and the white house. dan lothian is there, so dan, is the nra right? >> well, you know, i'm not going to make any predictions about what congress may or may not do. as we have learned over the last few years, what i can say is that assault weapons ban does appear to be facing an uphill effort up on capitol hill and i think what's interesting is that the president, right after the mass shooting in connecticut came out and talked about, you know, putting his support behind efforts to reinstate the assault weapons ban and this had been the position of the white house since then but what was interesting last week when the vice president was rolling out what he said what are the top tier recommendations that he had been getting of meeting with several groups he did not mention that at all so there were questions about whether the white house itself may have felt that it was losing steam and there was not support for this on capitol hill. but shortly thereafter, a spokesman for the white house saying the president and the vice president ar
, i didn't have to do that because he was pretty forthcoming. bill: so we still don't know though. dan kaplan, sports business journal. >> i'm great, thank you. bill: just the facts what did he confess to we can say? >> we don't know what he confessed to. we weren't in the livestrong room he theoretically apologized. he seemed to have a nonapology, apology, wherewithal the bad pr and publicity to the cancer institute. bill: that is good point. all the headlines yesterday that armstrong confessed. if you listen to the 20-minute address to his charity, it was poll guy for -- apology for having brought attention to the organization that was not wanted. i didn't hear, i'm sorry. >> it was a classic nonapology, apology. but you don't say i am sorry for what i did. i think it is pretty out there that he blood doped and there's --. bill: you believe that? >> there is so much evidence. the investigation, into the u.s. postal system team. there are so many witnesses to the actual doping. what i'm interested to see if oprah asks him, has he apologized to the people whose reputations and liveliho
it a terrorist attack as well. for more, let's go to dan rivers in london. what are the latest reports there on the hostage situation? >> effectively, according to the minister of information in algeria, this is a standoff. the algerian security forces surrounded this gas plant in the far east of algeria. the islamists are holed up inside, holding a number of western hostages. we don't know the exact numbers. there's been a press conference this morning from the norwegian stat oil company. it is saying that it had 17 employees there, 5 escaped. and therefore 12 remain unaccounted for. not clear if all are being held hostage or if some escaped into the desert. it's a confused situation. the state department confirmed there are americans among those being held. we understand as well possibly british, japanese, french as well as those norwegians. a number of countries being embroiled in this hostage crisis which looks like it may have been precipitated by algeria's decision to allow french planes to fly of the country as part of its ongoing military campaign in mali to the south. >> i kno
the company private. joining us is our private ek wit at the expert from boston dan. >> good morning. >> so this would be a huge, huge 20 plus billion dollar transaction. do you think it can actually happen in this environment? >> no, i don't. now, never say never. stranger things have happened. you've got pension funds, maybe a big sovereign wealth fund comes in. but you'd have to be talking about gst 23 billion, maybe $25 billion deal altogether and i know that dell's got a lot of cash on the books that can kind of help take some of the risk off for the bankers who would have to provide the leveraged financing here. but not enough. a lot of that cash is held overseas so you'd have the big tax implication. it seems a little too big. i talked to a private equity investor yesterday not at tpg or silver lake and he said this is a real, real stretch to get done. >> we're talking about a market cap somewhere in terms of, with a premium in success of sst 20 billion. i don't know what number you want to put on that. you have about $11 billion that you said in cash, but you've got to bring some of
temperatures are rising in the accu-weather forecast. >> good evening, i'm dan ashry. >> and the search is on tonight for a man who tried to kidnap a toddler. >> new here on abc 7 news at 5:00 we spoke with the child's mother. it happened in east san jose. a man walked up to the mother and try td take her bill lirl. -- little girl what. mother has to say about this attempted kidnapping. >> the mom just left the police department headquarters here about an hour ago. she was here all afternoon working with a sketch artist this, is what they came up w the mother says this is the face of the man who walked up to her east san jose front yard yet evening, chatted just a moment then tried to take her 3-year-old daughter. the mom man wrathed to get her back, and he is a stranger and ran away down the street. this little girl's mother called what happened crazy. >> my daughters and i were playing out side. the guy was walking by and he started to talk about my, how pretty my daughters were and nationality and all that. and he knelt down to talk to my 3-year-old and just picked her up by her ankl
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. it's a very serious matter when americans are taken hostage along with others. >> dan rueters is live in london. what do we know about the group taking responsibility? >> reporter: well, that had are sort of a splinter group, an affiliate of al qaeda in the islamic magnificent rred. led by mokhtar belmokhtar. he fought in the '80s against the soviets. he has been involved in people trafficking, drugs, and he has done a lot of kidnapping as well. most motivated by ransom and money. this may end up getting resolved. a notorious character, and described by french intelligence as mr. untouchable. known locally for being involved in cigarette smuggling. this is part of a wider, regional conflict, links to mali, that these islam iist groups in algeria are getting in on. furious that algeria has allowed french planes to fliory algerian air space to attack insurients, islamists in northern mali. >> what about plans or missions to get hostages out? >> well, we know from the ministry of information in algeria, that they are surrounded. the terrorists, and that a large number of security forces
market? we're joined by dan green. did. >> good morning. >> more weej kwan cruise lines, $19 a share. how significant is this or perhaps this week in general given the number of ipos that we're seeing, is this going to be a better year that we're seeing inspect. >> i think it probably is, given the broader markets don't collapse. norwegian lines in particular, they thought about 50% of the company at a valuation of about $2 billion. this ipo puts it at 3.8 billion. but for private equity firms, it's a valuation saying, you know what? there is a public -- that can give us a return. >> you know, that said, they did buy the company in 2008 so you hope there would be a bit of a rebound. what about the likes of the company in the years? >> i think that's one of the big questions here. if you look at i think the 25 largest buyouts, all of which you know is pre-lehman collapse, 1406 them are still in private equity hands. very few have gone public. a couple have been sold off. you have some really big companies here. and you think clear channel, you think first data. companies like that, some ar
.5%. dan springer in seattle for latest developments in this saga. >> the stock was down from the beginning of the day but that's really stabilized and has been a measured response nationwide among investors and among the airlines. in fact, there are several 787th in the air right now. not all of them have grounded their flights, but the latest in western japan. a warning light came on and then there was smoke in the cockpit. passengers could smell it in the cabin, prompting an emergency landing which went smoothly. there were no injuries but it appears to be yet another electrical problem, perhaps lithium-ion battery that sits just below and behind the cockpit. it was the first airline to buy the 787 and fly them. afterward the chairman apologized to customers and grounded all 17 of their dreamliners for further inspections. japan airlines followed with their seven planes. united airlines have been a safety check on all six of their dreamliners and they are all in service at this hour. several in the air right now. following a battery fire on a 787 parked at boston logan airport last week.
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in a heartbeat if the problems persist. >> neil: thank you, dan springer, great reporting. daven is in seattle. later on fox business i want you to meet the corn husker turned tax buster. the latest governor to give the income tax shove. do you notice a trend here? more and more governors, republicans governors are doing this. what are they up to? what are they really up to? tonight at 8:00. >> eric: hello, i'm eric bolling with andrea tantaros, bob beckel,be dana perino and gregreg gutfeld is back! it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: as expected, president become become used kids as backdrop addressing the american people on the plans for a new gun control. here he is. just hours ago. >> these are smart letters from some pretty smart young people. hennah a third grader. you can wave. that's you. henna wrote, i feel terrible for the parents who lost their children. i love my country and i want everyone to be happy and safe. grant -- go ahead and wave, grant. grant said i think there should be some changes. learn from what happened at sandy hook. i feel really bad.
profile attorneys and basically to go after sac capital. dan lobe, long in herbal life and others colluded together to short sell the stock, put out false information and drive the stock down. the stock didn't go down. the stock essentially recovered and did pretty well, but their case failed. the case failed because it's hard to prove stock manipulation. apparently, according to chapman, what they are doing, preparing on the legal end, have not filed lawsuit yet, involves stock manipulation. what the company says is behind the scenes, the fcc got involved and interested because of the complaints about akman involving essentially stock manipulation. liz: it's not manipulation to short a stock, but explain first he takes the massive position, moves the markets, he's a big guy doing target, j cpenny, he is involved. the blogs pick him up. >> why is it manipulation? liz: not saying it is. >> you're allowed to do that, it's the first amendment. markets are in the short term imperfect; right? as you know, long term, more reliable, and what happens is markets digest information. they all have in
here to the chamber of commerce and dan gallagher on the financial regulatory system. president obama unveils his proposal for reducing gun valent earlier this afternoon, featuring an assault weapons ban, a ban on high capacity magazines and a method to close loopholes in the background check system. here are some of his remarks at first, it's time for congress to require a universal background check for anyone trying to buy a gun. [applause] the law already requires background checks to be wrong coming over the last 14 years, that has kept 1.5 million of them on the wrong people from getting their hands on a gun. but it's hard to enforce that law when as many as 40% of all gun purchases are conducted without a background check. it is not safe, it is not smart. it is not fair to responsible gun buyers or sellers. if you like to buy a gun, whether it is from a licensed dealer or private seller, you should be set at least have to show your not a felon or somebody legally prohibited from buying one. this is common sense. an overwhelming majority of americans agree with us on the need for
. we have to deliver the results but we have it within our grasp. >> dan loeb recently took a stake in the company which probably is a good thing in many respects because it's a signal that he believes there's value in the company. but he's also gone after people like roy bostock, and he made it clear he may want some changes. have you been in communication with him? >> yeah, i called him as i do all our major shareholders and welcomed him. i said i was delighted that he thought it was a $40 stock, because he shared the confidence that management has. and i think we're doing a lot of the things that -- the reason dan has come in the stock to the best of my knowledge is he believes the company is on turnaround and he was excited about it. we have -- our board since i joined the board three years ago and became ceo and chairman, we have had a turnover of 6 of our 14 directors. roy happens to be retiring this may, so we'll have 7 of 14 directors turn over in that three-year period. so, i think dan's interest and ours are greatly aligned. >> in the money you're having all your guys mana
themselves. host: next we will hear from a democratic caller, dan. if the debt ceiling negotiable? caller: it should not be. but if the republicans want to force negotiations, the president ought to prioritize by not sending any money to the republican-controlled states in the south. if he has the priorities. my suggestion for future show might be to get a list of all the donor states and all the receivers states. these people calling from the red states that gets $1.70 for every dollar they get and always screaming about cuts, if you should ask them if they are willing to deduct 5% from what they send to the federal government and live on that. thank you. host: chris in chicago, republican, your thoughts? caller: i don't think the debt ceiling should be negotiable, simply because the president won the election, congress also won reelection. it should not be. it's under a false premise. if the debt ceiling is not raised, that we would go into default. that's not true unless tim geithner air this id will actually follow the law and pay the service on the debt and collect more money in taxe
and exchange commissioner dan gallagher here as our keynote speaker. >> thank you, david, for that kind intro. it was just 14 months ago i starred, 14 months ago since i gave my first speech in this building. it seems like yesterday. but i think that speech shows how important it is for s.e.c. commissioners to get out and about. i'm pleased to be here this afternoon addressing such strong supporter of -- supporters of american global leadership in capital formation, which is one of the foremost goals at the commission. and before i can't, as you all know, i must tell you my rashes today are my own and do not necessarily represent the views of the commission or fellow commissioners. and you're about to find out why. as i'm hour you're aware, next monday the nation will observe the inauguration and martin luther king jr.'s birthday. monday also mashes the two and a half year an versely of the enactment of the dodd-frank act. to commemorate the occasion i'd like to take a few moments to talk about the act, specifically the misallocation of resources and opportunity costs that have arisen from th
the shouts behind us. >> our friend dan dicker saying this is a must buy. holly frontier has been returning so much to shareholders. these companies are a big beneficiary of the glut of domestic oil versus what we can charge, you know at the pump. the united states oil is so cheap. >>> a couple incongruities today. at yet the dow is positive. you made the point about the macro being positive. >> we are in a rising tide situation. you know, we're supposed to -- if you listen to anyone on how america is doing, i mean, you really think we must be doing terrible. we have higher payroll tax, a gridlock in washington, but the actual job growth is very out of sync, and it almost says like, listen, we got rid of this, let's start hiring. we may be looking at this debt ceiling, and i'm going to invoke shakespeare, the bard, that this may be much ado about nothing. i'm going there. right here. >> right now? the cliff is -- >> don't you love -- you know, when i first heard, i thought what a great title, i said no, moran, take the shakespeare course first the it's going to be claymation death match, ma
young men, dan and dave zimmerman. gabe is my transition buddy. he was a friend and we had a place where we put together the office of congressman gifford staff early on. he is a wonderful young man with such compassion and care. it is beyond words to think that he is no longer with us. his mother served for many years people who were disadvantaged in our community. it was gabe who was killed at that event on january 8. he died right beside me after being shot myself. i will never, ever forget the image of gabe dying by my side. i know for certain that his last action was to come and try to help us. to help congresswoman giffords and in doing that, he was shot. some of us here in congress meet regularly in the room that is named in his honor. every time i go to meetings, i remember this young man. his mother has been very active. particularly active since the tragedy in tucson. there was a magazine in a clip that 33 bullets. i know that we need to do something about it, and i know that emily wants to do something as well. we want to welcome emily nottingham to hear her testimony this aft
possibly up to 32 hostages unaccounted for. >> all right, dan, please keep us informed if you find out any additional information, any updates there. and of course another big story that we're covering, this the story everybody is talking about today, lance armstrong telling everybody about his doping. >> was it a big deal to you? did it feel wrong? >> at the time? no. >> it did not even feel wrong? >> scary. oh no, it's actually my geico app...see? ...i just uh paid my bill. did you really? from the plane? yeah, i can manage my policy, get roadside assistance, pretty much access geico 24/7. sounds a little too good to be true sir. i'll believe that when pigs fly. ok, did she seriously just say that? geico. just click away with our free mobile app. it's lots of things. all waking up. connecting to the global phenomenon we call the internet of everything. ♪ it's going to be amazing. and exciting. and maybe, most remarkably, not that far away. we're going to wake the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. fiber one. uh, forgot jack's cereal. [
sw retail advisers. >> thanks, dan. >> yes, good to see you. >> still an, but trade ahead on the program, we'll head out to troy for a sneak peek at automobiles. >> and as we has to break, the dow is looking to continue its rally. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you turn an entrepreneur's dream... ♪ into a scooter that talks to the cloud? ♪ or turn 30-million artifacts... ♪ into a high-tech masterpiece? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. >>> welcome back to "worldwide exchange." i'm kelly evans. >> and i'm ross westgate. here are your headlines from around the globe. >> u.s. investors look for an encore after the s&p 500 reaches a fresh five-year high as the shanghai composite is up over 3% and foreign investments restrictions will be relaxed. >>> swatch group bought harry winston for $750 million. but u.p.s. walks away from a 5 billion euro deal from tnt. >> and generali unveiled a new major overhaul vowing to boost operating profits by 25%. not too much movement on futures since the last time we checked in
potentially, dan akerson of gm said don't screw up the economy holding it hose -- hose hostage, do you share that? >> uncertainty has to be removed as quickly as possible. it is not a good environment for consumer confidence to be built, so we're looking for resolution on debt ceiling, resolution on spending plans so that consumers can focus on really going about their business in a normal way. >> wants to build cars, not make policy. there you go. it's a good one. i owned ford explorers for 20 straight years. this is a real competitor to that vehicle. dennis: jeff flock, good job. thanks, den. cheryl: time for the west coast minute, a double digit return for the public employees pension system. it had a 2% return back in 2012. the nation's largest pension has investments worth $252 billion, almost back to its peak level of 2007 when the fund held $260 billion in assets. the fund's performance was just below its tracking benchmark. arizona governor, january brewer, -- jan brewer, made a push for medicaid extending health care coverage to tens of thousands. her plan seeks $7.9 billion in fede
42 dreamliners this weekend plans to buy up to 75. back to you guys. dennis: thank you, dan springer. a quarter until. nicole is live at the new york stock exchange with a look at apple. nicole: i want to take a look at apple and a lot of things. apple has been a key factor today moving back above the 500 mark. i also want to take a look at facebook and yelp as well. we got our news yesterday that we have been waiting on for about one week with all that anticipation and we saw facebook selloff on the news today down one and a quarter percent on their new graph search allowing users to sort through everything from people and places and similar lakes, local restaurants and that weighs on a name like p. 11. take a look at what yelp is doing at this moment. when we look at a one-year chart, down four and .5% right now, it is down over 11% in just these three trading days. it does not hold well for a company like yelp. that is the latest. back to you. cheryl: we will see you at the top of the hour. our next guest says after months of waiting and writing up a storm in washington, they're p
violence. compared to 61% who think it will continue. next call is dan in ohio on our democrats' line. dan, we are talking about some of the mental health aspects, what are your thoughts? carl carl all these people -- caller: all these people who are paranoid to think the government is going to take their guns, they probably use a psychological evaluation. if the government wants to take your guns and your assault weapon isn't going to stop them from doing that. a second opinion is, i hear everyone talk about regulating and background checks on handguns, but what about background checks on ammunition and that would cut back criminals. host: i appreciate your time. mental health issue must be handled very carefully. a counselor and nurse should be on every public school site, not guns. and joseph asked, should ptsd prevent owning a firearm. rick on our republican line. what are your thoughts? caller: i appreciate you taking my call. i am a republican, i'm a gun owner, former n.r.a. member and i'm also treated for depression. host: why a former n.r.a. member? caller: the day after the presid
, league dan webster about the need for national catastrophic fund. i hope we can work toward that. meanwhile, i look forward toward helping my brothers and sisters in the northeast as they point the out. florida is no stranger to hurricanes and catastrophe, and i know the need is great and look forward to helping out. >> thank you very much. earlier as we've had our meeting where we've organized the committee, we talked about what the delight it is to have you on the committee, to bring not only your expertise from foreign affairs but also really your genuine service to the people of florida and south florida and we're delighted that you're here. >> i'm looking forward to not getting another call from rodney and mike. length of time. >> he called a bunch, and you understood why he was calling. you understood that. i thank the gentleman. dr. burgess? >> thank you. we have some familiarity with tropical storms as they impact our state in texas as well. i would say to the gentleman from florida, i spent some time myself up in new york visiting four hospitals early in december. i didn
, the novelist dan brown, relief is on the way. the da vinci code's author's latest release, simply entitled "inferno" is set to hit book shelves on may 14th. the novel will feature the return of renowned harvard symbologist robert lang dodone,t in italy. >>> a top european court ruled a british woman suffered religious discrimination when british airways told her not to wear a cross over her uniform at work. nadia awada was sent home, then offered another position when she refused to hide her cross. she says it all came down to fairness. >> because why should i be made to feel ashamed for wearing my cross, being told off for exercising what i thought was a civil liberty of manifesting my faith, my faith, by wearing the christian cross and other colleagues around me expressing their faith with wearing hijabs, why so me? >> we should note the court's ruling is not legally binding in britain. but the country is legally obligated to take it into account, they say. >>> president's inauguration starts in five days. along with security and staff, do you know who else is preparing? cell phone provi
and not think a new wave of gun laws will prevent future mass shootings. next call is then in ohio, -- dan in ohio, democrats line. caller: all these people who are paranoid about the government coming to take their guns, they probably could use a psychological evaluation. if the government wants to take your guns, they can take your guns. your assault weapon is not going to stop them from doing that. i have heard everyone talk about regulating and background checks on handguns. but what about background checks on ammunition? that would definitely cut back on criminals being able to get their hands on what they need to kill with. host: grace tweets in, the mental health issue must be handled very carefully. councilor and nurse should be on every public school site. not guns. joseph asks, should ptsd prevent possession of firearms? caller: rick on our republican line. calle-- host: rick on our republican line. caller: i am a gun owner. i am also treated for depression. host: why a former nra member? caller: the day after the presidential election, cote was contacted by the nra. if you know
. then they talk about the democrats because harry reid talked about the assault by big dan and getting it to the united states senate controlled by the democratic party. it ain't going to happen. so if you look at the red state senators up for reelection alabaster down south, that's what i'm talking about in terms of overreach. if this is something we such close the loophole, catch 40% escaping and i'm guns if they mentally disturbed had reasonable restrictions. the problem in the heller case is you couldn't have a can bus registered, but they would much reregister. that is in effect that you can't do it and that tesco to fire. so if it's common sense, quite frankly i don't know why somebody needs 10 bullets. it doesn't seem like some magic number to me. to the gunowners, that sounds like something somebody made up. the president's executive orders can be accepted by the republican party. if they did close down 90 people buying guns. you think this through. >> small items on ticket items. >> yes. in the brady bill of 93, about effectively. for background check. the assault weapons ban
went up on news we foreshadowed first on fox business that dan lobe had a major investment in it. now what we have is two sort of interesting events that don't really, you know, add or detract from what ackman is saying, that is the company is a pyramid scheme. it will run out, in a pyramid scheme you make money by more distribution, not by selling products. distributors pay you a fee. at some point the distributors run out. these two events don't necessarily detract from that argument that it is a pyramid scheme. but they provide a lift. one argument they will preannounce earnings that will be pretty good at decent analyst expectations or maybe beating them a bit. number two, right after they do that, they will do that this week apparently there will be a stock buyback. those are two headlines you see herbalife up on. they don't detract from ackman is saying. ackman is about to come out with his questions. he wants --. melissa: he is not being baing down at all? >> if you know anything about bill ackman, i know the herbalife people are gearing up for this, he will keep attacking them
reminded of dan rather, the documents were false, but accurate. this was exactly what, if you'll recall, paul ryan in his vice-presidential speech and in other places pointed out that barack obama gave a speech in janesville, wisconsin gm plant and said we're going to keep this open for a hundred years with the auto bailout and they closed it started making those cars in china. i'd like to also point out that china, by the way, the media fact checkers found that to be a lie, too, they sided with obama on that and romney-ryan was correct on that as well. >> steve: sure. >> i'd like to point out that 55% of gm's increased production in china by 55% since the bailout and make seven out of ten cars outside the united states. so it's a good thing we did this 83 billion dollar auto bailout for american jobs. >> steve: sure, but you know, a big part of the president's face are auto union workers, they hear, hey, they're going to ship a bunch of car manufacturing jobs out to china, oh, wait a minute, i don't like that idea. so you've got a fact checking organization that came in and said that's
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